People's Vote is only route out of this Brexit mess

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Daisy Cooper, St Albans Liberal Democrats Parliamentary Candidate said:
 
"Since the vote to leave the EU, Brexit has brought nothing but bad news. EU health workers have been leaving the NHS at an alarming rate, businesses are investing elsewhere and now we find out that the Conservative government's deal would tie us to EU rules but without any influence to shape them or make deals with the rest of the world. Even more alarming are the Government's plans to stockpile medicines and food in the event of a no-deal Brexit. As the deal gets ripped to shreds from MPs in every party including her own, it's clear that the Prime Minister must now put her deal to a People's Vote with the option to remain in the EU."

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Lib Dems Oppose Inadequate Risk Management Plan for Fire Service

Hertfordshire Liberal Democrats on 9th November 2018 opposed the recommendation to approve the draft Integrated Risk Management Plan (IRMP) for Hertfordshire Fire and Rescue Service.

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2018 Liberal Democrat manifesto

Council services shaped for you

The St Albans Liberal Democrats have published their manifesto for the 2018 district elections. Read by clicking the link below:

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Green Parliamentary candidate defects to the Liberal Democrats

The Green Party's 2017 Parliamentary candidate for Watford has joined the Liberal Democrats.

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Lord Kerr tells St Albans: “Brexit is an attack on the NHS”

Lord Kerr, who played a central role in writing Article 50, has reiterated his view that Article 50 coud legally be withdrawn and that the people of the UK have the right to change their minds on Brexit. He was speaking at an event organised by St Albans for Europe, attended by Daisy Cooper St Albans Lib Dems Parliamentary spokesperson and a number of St Albans Lib Dems Councillors and members.

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‘Conservatives heartless to ignore facts,’ say Lib Dems over decision to close Cuffley Camp outdoor centre

In spite of a last-minute bid by the Liberal Democrat opposition on Hertfordshire County Council to save Cuffley Camp, the fate of the outdoor centre looks to have been sealed after Conservative councillors refuse to reconsider their decision to close it.

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Give councillors a say on highways contract extension, urge Lib Dems

MPs are seemingly getting more of a say on Brexit than local councillors on highways matters, say Hertfordshire Lib Dems, after their motion to allow for councillor-led scrutiny of the highways contract was quashed by the Conservatives at full council earlier this week.

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Good governance must be at the heart of any new libraries structure, say Liberal Democrat County Councillors

Hertfordshire Liberal Democrats have secured an agreement that Herts County Council must consider how the libraries service is overseen as part of a proposed investigation of alternative ways of delivering library services across the County. 
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Liberal Democrats slam heartless Herts Valleys CCG as it pulls the plug on Nascot Lawn

Yesterday the Herts Valleys CCG made the appalling announcement that they had confirmed their previous decision to withdraw their £600,000 annual support for Nascot Lawn children’s respite care home.

 

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Lib Dems secure review of Cuffley Camp closure decision

Liberal Democrat County Councillors are seeking to overturn a decision by the Conservative County Council to close the Cuffley Camp Outdoor Centre, securing a review of the decision by the Council’s Overview and Scrutiny Committee in the next two weeks.

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